Local McDonald's crew members in voluntary litter pick up

The team of volunteers collected around 14 bags of litter. Well done to this local team!

Thursday, 8th April 2021, 4:12 pm
Crew members from McKinstry Road McDonald’s collect around 14 bags of litter across the restaurant’s surrounding area during a voluntary litter pick
Crew members from McKinstry Road McDonald’s collect around 14 bags of litter across the restaurant’s surrounding area during a voluntary litter pick

Local McDonald’s crew members at the McKinstry Road branch have recently undertaken a voluntary litter pick around the store’s vicinity to tidy up the appearance of the surrounding area and help preserve the environment.

The team of volunteers from the McKinstry Road restaurant, which opened in October last year, was led by Business Manager Gavin Doran and collected around 14 large bags of litter.

Across the UK and Ireland, McDonald’s staff collect 27 tonnes of litter every year during litter patrols that take place around every restaurant three times a day.

Pictured: Crew members from McKinstry Road McDonald’s collect around 14 bags of litter across the restaurant’s surrounding area during a voluntary litter pick.

Well done to all those involved!